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Pat McAfee's comedy show raises $150,000 for Howard County tornado victims

Posted at 5:08 PM, Sep 03, 2016

INDIANAPOLIS – More than $150,000 was raised for United Way of Howard County during Pat McAfee’s “Cracking up for Kokomo” fundraiser.

The sold out comedy show took place at Old National Centre Friday night.

McAfee, punter for the Indianapolis Colts announced the show soon after an EF-3 tornado bringing 136 miles per hour winds, struck Kokomo and surrounding cities in Howard County, leaving many damaged and destroyed homes.

All proceeds went toward storm damage relief for people in the area.

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Kokomo Mayor Greg Goodnight  made an appearance.

McAfee tweeted about the success of the evening and even referenced Chuck Pagano as, “the coolest NFL coach in history.”